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    Smooth Pancakes' Coaching Carousel Career

    A Rise to Greatness: A Coaching Carousel Dynasty

    The Coaching Career of Marko Ramius



    Alright, time to jump into a new dynasty report and have some fun. CC is going to make this a blast, as well as watching the rise of the career of my coach. I have some VERY STRICT rules for job advancement that is going to make this a long career, so you definitely won't see my coach making it to the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Ohio State or Oregon anytime soon.


    Dynasty Information

    • Xbox 360, NCAA '12 (Seasons 1-3), NCAA '13 (Seasons 4-9), NCAA '14 (Season 10 through present)
    • 9 minute quarters at Offensive Coordinator, 8-9 minute quarters as Head Coach
    • Difficulty: Offensive Skill - All-American --- Defensive Skill - Heisman
    • Game Speed: Slow
    • Player Min Speed Threshold: 25
    • Rosters: NCAA '14 - auto-named rosters with coach name and Alma Mater edits to reflect 2020 season.
    • Sliders: Will be using Jaymo's sliders (tweaked as needed)
    • Offline Dynasty
    • Playbook – Offense: Utah State (Offensive Coordinator dictated) --- Defense: 4-3 (Defensive Coordinator dictated)
    • Alma Mater:
    • Starting Job: Offensive Coordinator
    • Current Job: Head Coach
    • Job Progression: Job Progression Rules
    • Recruiting: Recruiting Rules
    • Scheduling: Scheduling Rules


    Current Sliders (based on Jaymo's AA/Heisman sliders)


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    Offense All-American
    Defense Heisman
    Quarter Length 8-9 minutes
    Camera Normal
    Speed Slow
    Threshold 25
    Home Field Advantage On
    Ice the Kicker On

    Penalties Slider Setting
    Offside 58
    False Start 56
    Holding 58
    Facemask 57
    Offensive Pass Interference 100
    Defensive Pass Interference 100
    KR/PR Interference 100
    Clipping 55
    Intentional Grounding 100
    Roughing the Passer 54
    Roughing the Kicker 100

    Slider Human CPU
    QB Accuracy 20 30
    Pass Blocking 50 35
    WR Catching 40 40
    RB Ability 45 45
    Run Block 45 50
    Pass Coverage 65 60
    Interceptions 50 30
    Rush Defense 40 55
    Tackling 60 50
    FG Power 50 45
    FG Accuracy 45 40
    Punt Power 60 50
    Punt Accuracy 50 50
    Kickoff Power 50 50

    Auto-Sub Sub Out Sub In
    QB 40 50
    RB 80 85
    WR 80 85
    FB/TE 80 85
    OL 50 55
    DT 80 85
    DE 80 85
    LB 70 75
    CB 70 75
    S 70 75




    --- I posted this in the last post at the bottom of this page, however, I am also editing it into this post so anyone who starts reading this for the first time, will see it right away and hopefully find it easier to follow my coach's career.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothPancakes View Post
    Also, to keep things easily accessible, especially as this thread grows into multiple pages, I have everything hyperlinked.

    Starting in the Dynasty History post, under Yearly Recaps, I have the year 2011 hyperlinked to my post that contains my 2011 schedule. Every new year, I will hyperlink that year to the post that contains that year's football schedule.

    In the Coach Statistics post, under Coach Milestones, I have the score of the Biggest Win and Biggest Loss hyperlinked to that game's post. Same thing with the Coach Career Win-Loss vs. Opponent table. I have the biggest win and/or biggest loss, for each opponent I have played so far, hyperlinked to that game's post in this thread.

    And in each season's schedule, I am hyperlinking the scores of each game, to each game's post. So if you go to my season one schedule post, and click on the score of my 26-10 loss at Louisville, you will be taken to the post that contains that game's summary.

    That way if this gets into tens of pages, everything will be extremely easy to find and read without having to sort through various posts by those reading or following just to see what happened in my next game. You'll be able to go from game to game, season to season, through the entire history of this dynasty, just by following the various hyperlinks. This is my way of helping keep things very organized, very easy to follow, and very easy to read for everyone who might wander in here, whether you've been following this since my very first post, or you won't start following until I'm halfway through season 5.
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    Dynasty Rules


    Job Progression Rules




    Year One
    • Start dynasty as OC/DC at a one star prestige mid-major program.

      --- Can be only OC or DC for first 6-7 years of dynasty.

    Years Two and Three
    • May only move on to higher rated OC/DC jobs after full completion of first contract.

      --- Next OC/DC job must be at another mid-major program, no more than three stars prestige.

    Years Six and Seven
    • May only make jump to Head Coach after 6-7 years if going to a mid-major program.

      --- Mid-major program must be three stars prestige or less.

      ------- May move onto four stars prestige or less mid-major programs after completion of first Head Coach contract.
      _____________

      --- OC/DC positions at major/AQ conference programs are now available, up to four stars.

      ------- May accept OC/DC at all programs up to five stars after three or more years as OC/DC at a major/AQ conference program.

      ---------- May accept OC/DC at all programs, including six star prestige, after five or more years at five stars prestige or less major/AQ conference programs.

    Years Twelve and beyond
    • May only make jump to Head Coach of major programs after 5 years HC experience at mid-major.

      --- May accept HC jobs at five star prestige programs or less.

      ------- May accept HC jobs at any programs, including six star prestige, after five or more years at five stars prestige or less major/AQ conference programs.

    Contract Rules
    • Must honor contract years in full, except:

      --- May leave via opt-out clause if offered a coaching contract from Navy (alma mater).

      ------- Includes all versions of contracts (OC, DC, and Head Coach).




    Recruiting Rules



    TBD.....





    Scheduling Rules

    • Must fill out schedule like in real life with "contracts".

      When coordinator or head coach of a non-BCS/mid-major team
    • If scheduling a BCS/major team, must agree to either a 2 for 1 contract or a one and done contract.
    • If scheduling a non-BCS/mid-major team, contracts will automatically be home and home.
    • Games can be spread out, but must be played within 5 years of each other.

      When coordinator or head coach of a BCS/major team
    • If scheduling a BCS/major team, contracts will automatically be home and home.
    • If scheduling a non-BCS/mid-major team, contracts are allowed to be one and done, home and home, or 2 for 1.
    • Games can be spread out, but must be played within 5 years of each other.
    Last edited by SmoothPancakes; 01-19-2012 at 03:39 AM.

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    Dynasty History


    Yearly Recaps

    Season Year Team Position Prestige Record Rank Bowl Game National Champion
    1 2011 Florida International Offensive Coordinator D+ 6-7 (4-4) NR Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Boise State
    2 2012 Florida International Offensive Coordinator C 10-3 (7-1) NR R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl TCU
    3 2013 Florida International Offensive Coordinator C 10-3 (8-0) #23 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Ohio State
    4 2014 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator C 13-1 (9-0) #10 AutoZone Liberty Bowl USC
    5 2015 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator B- 12-2 (9-0) #6 Rose Bowl Alabama
    6 2016 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator C+ 9-5 (7-2) NR TicketCity Bowl Notre Dame
    7 2017 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator C 8-5 (5-3) NR Armed Forces Bowl Notre Dame
    8 2018 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator D+ 7-6 (5-3) NR Beef O'Brady's Bowl Clemson
    9 2019 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator C 11-2 (7-1) #12 Champs Sports Bowl Nebraska
    10 2020 Utah State Head Coach A 9-4 (6-2) NR Hawaii Bowl Ohio State
    11 2021 Utah State Head Coach B 4-8 (4-4) NR N/A Ohio State
    12 2022 Utah State Head Coach B+ 11-2 (7-1) #20 Las Vegas Bowl Ohio State
    13 2023 Utah State Head Coach A- 10-4 (7-2) #21 Las Vegas Bowl Ohio State
    14 2024 Utah State Head Coach A 2-3 (0-1) NR





    Coach History

    First Season Last Season Team Position Prestige Record
    2011 2013 Florida International Offensive Coordinator C 26-13 (19-5)
    2014 2019 Tulsa Offensive Coordinator C 60-21 (42-7)
    2020 Present Utah State Head Coach A- 36-21 (24-10)





    Goals History

    Fifth Contract - Utah State HC - 5 Year Contract

    Goal Expectations Progress
    Target Wins Per Year 8 2

    --- Contract goal numbers and job security updated through Season 14, Week 6.


    Previous Contracts Goals

    Fourth Contract - Utah State HC - 3 Year Contract

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    Goal Expectations Progress
    Target Wins Per Year 7 11

    --- Contract goal numbers and job security updated through Season 12, End of Season.



    Third Contract - Tulsa OC - 4 Year Contract

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    Fail Impact Goal Progress Pass Impact
    21+ points per game each season
    Win 10 games in one season
    3300+ passing yards each season
    65% pass completions over the entire contract
    Win 6 games in one season
    15+ rushing TD in each season
    3200+ total offensive yards each season
    3400+ total offensive yards each season


    --- Contract goal numbers and job security updated through Season 9, Off-season.




    Second Contract - Tulsa OC - 2 Year Contract

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    Fail Impact Goal Progress Pass Impact
    Win 8 games in one season
    13+ passing TD in one season
    14+ points per game in each season
    7+ rushing TD in one season
    2400+ total offensive yards in one season
    2400+ total offensive yards in each season
    Win 4 games in one season
    2000+ total offensive yards in one season


    --- Contract goal numbers updated through Season 5, Off-season.


    First Contract - FIU OC - 3 Year Contract




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    Fail Impact Goal Progress Pass Impact
    500+ rushing yards in each season
    Win 8 games in one season
    2000+ total offensive yards in each season
    7+ passing TD in one season
    10+ points per game in each season
    2400+ total offensive yards in one season
    Wins 4 games in one season
    2000+ total offensive yards in one season


    --- Contract goal numbers updated through Season 3, Off-season.







    Job Security History

    Season Security at Start Team Position Record Security at End
    2011 41% Florida International Offensive Coordinator 6-7 (4-4) 63%
    2012 63% Florida International Offensive Coordinator 10-3 (7-1) 73%
    2013 73% Florida International Offensive Coordinator 10-3 (8-0) 100%
    2014 44% Tulsa Offensive Coordinator 13-1 (9-0) 100%
    2015 100% Tulsa Offensive Coordinator 12-2 (9-0) 100%
    2016 46% Tulsa Offensive Coordinator 9-5 (7-2) 48%
    2017 48% Tulsa Offensive Coordinator 8-5 (5-3) 38%
    2018 38% Tulsa Offensive Coordinator 7-6 (5-3) 63%
    2019 63% Tulsa Offensive Coordinator 11-2 (7-1) 90%
    2020 98% Utah State Head Coach 9-4 (6-2) 100%
    2021 100% Utah State Head Coach 4-8 (4-4) 100%
    2022 99% Utah State Head Coach 11-2 (7-1) 100%
    2023 100% Utah State Head Coach 10-4 (7-2) 100%
    2024 100% Utah State Head Coach 2-3 (0-1)
    Last edited by SmoothPancakes; 07-06-2018 at 01:30 PM.

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    Coach Statistics


    Coach Win-Loss Records

    Category Wins Losses
    Overall 121 55
    Home 60 20
    Away 53 30
    Neutral Site 8 5
    Conference 85 24
    Rivalry 22 8
    Top 25 5 12
    Top 10 3 8
    Top 5 1 4
    Bowl Games 8 4
    Overtime 5 6
    For Our Readers Teams 3 6



    Coach Milestones

    Milestone Amount
    Winning Seasons 11
    Top 25 Finishes 6
    Top 10 Finishes 2
    Top 5 Finishes 0
    National Championships 0
    Conference Championships 5
    Bowl Victories 8
    Times Ranked in Top 25 9
    Highest Top 25 Ranking #3
    Longest Winning Streak 10 (2014, 2015)
    Longest Losing Streak 6 (2021)
    Most Wins in a Season 13 (2014)
    Most Losses in a Season 8 (2021)
    Biggest Win 69-0 vs.
    Biggest Loss 63-6 at #20




    Coach Career Win-Loss vs. Opponent

    Team Name Wins Losses Biggest Win Biggest Loss
    Air Force 2 2 24-7 24-20
    Akron 3 0 41-7 ---
    Arizona State 1 1 38-21 35-32
    Arkansas State 1 2 26-24 63-37
    Boise State 3 3 42-24 49-28
    Bowling Green 1 0 42-3 ---
    BYU 4 1 49-7 28-27
    California 1 0 73-33 ---
    Cincinnati 1 1 48-27 48-45 2OT
    Colorado State 5 0 52-0 ---
    Connecticut 1 0 54-10 ---
    Duke 2 0 34-31 ---
    East Carolina 3 0 42-14 ---
    Florida Atlantic 2 1 34-9 23-16
    Florida International 3 1 30-17 19-16 2OT
    Fresno State 2 2 35-25 62-38
    Georgia Tech 1 0 52-46 7OT
    Hawaii 1 1 31-23 65-62 3OT
    Houston 2 0 59-21 ---
    Louisiana Tech 4 0 38-0 ---
    Louisville 1 3 20-17 49-23
    Marshall 2 0 22-0 ---
    Memphis 2 0 69-0 ---
    Miami University 1 1 38-14 34-31
    Michigan 0 3 --- 52-27
    Mid Tennessee State 5 0 52-3 ---
    Navy 0 1 --- 27-24 OT
    Nebraska 0 1 --- 51-48
    Nevada 2 0 21-3 ---
    New Mexico 5 1 63-0 21-17
    North Texas 5 2 51-7 7-3
    Northwestern 0 1 --- 35-23
    Notre Dame 0 1 --- 31-23
    Ohio State 0 1 --- 14-12
    Oklahoma 1 3 65-56 OT 42-21
    Oklahoma State 0 1 --- 63-6
    Old Dominion 0 2 --- 31-30
    Rice 3 1 42-13 28-25
    SMU 1 2 44-31 26-24
    San Diego State 0 1 --- 28-14
    San Jose State 2 0 49-21 ---
    Southern Miss 2 1 38-26 28-24
    Texas A&M 0 1 --- 34-23
    Texas State 2 0 45-31 ---
    Toledo 1 1 31-10 32-30
    Troy 2 1 43-35 22-18
    Tulane 3 0 62-16 ---
    Tulsa 1 1 31-28 42-21
    UAB 3 0 63-10 ---
    UCF 3 2 34-14 58-9
    UL Lafayette 3 0 35-0 ---
    UL Monroe 3 0 31-6 ---
    UNLV 5 0 42-13 ---
    USC 0 1 --- 40-10
    Utah 4 3 48-14 42-27
    UTEP 4 1 38-0 45-32
    UTSA 4 0 42-0 ---
    Vanderbilt 0 1 --- 25-21
    Washington 1 1 19-13 38-13
    Western Kentucky 4 0 45-10 ---
    Wyoming 3 1 42-14 48-47 OT




    Coach Career Win-Loss vs. Conference

    Conference Wins Losses
    14 8
    3 0
    1 5
    0 6
    35 9
    Independents 4 2
    7 2
    29 11
    6 6
    0 1
    20 5
    1 0
    Last edited by SmoothPancakes; 07-06-2018 at 01:32 PM.

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    Awards and Accomplishments


    Coach Conference Titles

    Season Team Title
    2012 Florida International Sun Belt Champions
    2013 Florida International Sun Belt Champions
    2014 Tulsa C-USA Champions
    2015 Tulsa C-USA Champions
    2016 Tulsa C-USA Champions




    Coach National Titles

    Season Team Title
    --- --- ---




    Coach Bowl Games

    Season Team Bowl Game Opponent Result
    2011 Florida International Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl USC L - 40-10
    2012 Florida International R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl SMU W - 44-31
    2013 Florida International R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl UTEP W - 28-0
    2014 Tulsa AutoZone Liberty Bowl Louisville W - 20-17
    2015 Tulsa Rose Bowl Nebraska L - 51-48
    2016 Tulsa TicketCity Bowl Northwestern L - 35-23
    2017 Tulsa Armed Forces Bowl Boise State L - 21-20
    2018 Tulsa Beef O'Brady's Bowl UAB W - 38-22
    2019 Tulsa Champs Sports Bowl Georgia Tech W - 52-46 - 7 OT
    2020 Utah State Hawaii Bowl Western Kentucky W - 27-26
    2022 Utah State Las Vegas Bowl Washington W - 19-13
    2023 Utah State Las Vegas Bowl California W-77-33




    Heisman Voting

    Year Team Player Position Year Place Points (Points Behind)
    2015 Tulsa Kiel Fletcher HB Senior 2nd 1561 (476)




    Awards

    Year Team Player Position Year Award
    2013 Florida International Storm Johnson HB Junior (RS) Walter Camp
    2014 Tulsa Brandon Booth QB Junior (RS) O'Brien
    2023 Utah State Leonard Hart CB Junior Bednarik
    2023 Utah State Doug Marcus K Junior Groza




    All Americans


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    Year Team Player Position Year Team
    2011 Florida International Darriet Perry HB Senior 1st All-Sun Belt
    2011 Florida International Junior Mertile WR Junior (RS) 1st All-Sun Belt
    2011 Florida International Joshua Forney DT Junior 1st All-Sun Belt
    2011 Florida International T.Y. Hilton Returner Senior 1st All-Sun Belt
    2011 Florida International Aaron Davis RE Senior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Jerrico Lee DT Junior 1st All-NCAA
    2012 Florida International Darrian Mallory HB Junior (RS) 1st All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Jerrico Lee DT Junior 1st All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Emmanuel Sourain CB Senior (RS) 1st All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Jake Medlock QB Junior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Jeremiah Harden HB Senior (RS) 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Tourek Williams LE Senior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Isame Faciane RE Junior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Terrance Taylor CB Junior (RS) 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Jonathan Cyprien FS Senior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2012 Florida International Josh Brisk P Senior (RS) 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Storm Johnson HB Junior (RS) 1st All-NCAA
    2013 Florida International Storm Johnson HB Junior (RS) 1st All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Joshua Forney DT Senior (RS) 1st All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Shayon Green MLB Senior (RS) 1st All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Craig Gibbs ROLB Freshman 1st All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Yusef Hagen K Freshman 1st All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Dominique Rhymes TE Junior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Isame Faciane RE Senior 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2013 Florida International Bubba Brown LOLB Sophomore 2nd All-Sun Belt
    2014 Tulsa Brandon Booth QB Junior (RS) 1st All-NCAA
    2014 Tulsa Clinton Davis DT Senior (RS) 1st All-NCAA
    2014 Tulsa Brandon Booth QB Junior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Brandon Price HB Junior 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Marcel Morris RG Junior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Curt McDonald RT Senior 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa George Smith LE Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Brian Wihte RE Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Clinton Davis DT Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Carlos Wilcox P Sophomore 1st All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Sean Fox HB Senior 2nd All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Chad Fisher WR Junior 2nd All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Sean Parks WR Senior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa John Holt LT Senior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Everett Brantley C Senior 2nd All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa Jason Smith RG Junior 2nd All-C-USA
    2014 Tulsa David Walker ROLB Junior 2nd All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Kiel Fletcher HB Senior 1st All-NCAA
    2015 Tulsa Eric Hayden WR Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2015 Tulsa Brandon Booth QB Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Kiel Fletcher HB Senior 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Connor Jefferson WR Junior 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Daniel Peters LG Junior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Marcel Morris RG Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Cameron Powers RT Sophomore (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Greg Wilkerson LE Sophomore (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Chris Peoples DT Sophomore (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Alex Collier DT Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Darnell Turner SS Freshman 1st All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Mark Thompson WR Junior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Travis Hearn C Sophomore (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Kyle Davis RT Junior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2015 Tulsa Carlos Wilcox P Junior 2nd All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Chris Peoples DT Junior (RS) 2nd All-NCAA
    2016 Tulsa Brad Stephens QB Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2016 Tulsa Jonathan Chambers CB Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2016 Tulsa Brandon Price HB Senior 1st All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Jason Smith RG Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Cameron Powers RT Junior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Chris Peoples DT Junior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Alphonso Pratt K Junior 1st All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Roy Smith HB Junior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Daniel Peters LG Junior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2016 Tulsa Greg Wilkerson LE Junior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Will Oliver HB Freshman (RS) Freshman All-NCAA
    2017 Tulsa Will Oliver HB Freshman (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Travis Hearn C Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Cameron Powers RT Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Carlos Wilcox P Senior (RS) 1st All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Dennis Moody LG Senior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Greg Wilkerson LE Senior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa Chris Peoples DT Senior (RS) 2nd All-C-USA
    2017 Tulsa David Glover K Freshman 2nd All-C-USA
    2018 Tulsa Joe Vaughn WR Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2018 Tulsa Will Oliver HB Sophomore (RS) 1st All-Big East
    2018 Tulsa Joe Vaughn WR Freshman 2nd All-Big East
    2018 Tulsa Shaun Jackson DT Junior (RS) 2nd All-Big East
    2018 Tulsa Luke Payne DT Sophomore 2nd All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Will Oliver HB Junior (RS) 2nd All-NCAA
    2019 Tulsa Brad Stephens QB Senior 1st All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Will Oliver HB Junior (RS) 1st All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Kyle Alford LG Senior (RS) 1st All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Brett Hampton C Senior (RS) 1st All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Darnell Turner SS Senior (RS) 1st All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Derek Glover K Sophomore (RS) 1st All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Eric Hayden WR Senior (RS) 2nd All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Mike Phillips RG Junior 2nd All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Pat Ross RT Junior (RS) 2nd All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Shaun Jackson DT Senior (RS) 2nd All-Big East
    2019 Tulsa Anthony Clement MLB Senior (RS) 2nd All-Big East
    2020 Utah State Mike Moses CB Freshman (RS) Freshman All-NCAA
    2020 Utah State Adam Grant DT Junior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Marcus Garrett DT Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Lee Bradley MLB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Casey Hunter ROLB Sophomore (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Carlton Herring FS Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Preston Roberson HB Junior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Brad Edwards C Junior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Sam Vinson SS Junior (RS 2nd All-Mountain West
    2020 Utah State Eric McGuire RET Junior 2nd All-Mountain West
    2021 Utah State Justin Dunn MLB Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2021 Utah State Preston Roberson HB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2021 Utah State Justin Dunn MLB Freshman 1st All-Mountain West
    2021 Utah State Charles Noble FS Junior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2021 Utah State Caleb McBride LE Junior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Ernest Sims DT Senior (RS) 1st All-NCAA
    2022 Utah State Tyson Taylor HB Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2022 Utah State Lance Nash DT Freshman Freshman All-NCAA
    2022 Utah State Matt Leierer HB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Derek Smith LT Junior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Shaun Peterson RE Sophomore 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Ernest Sims DT Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Casey Hunter ROLB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Mike Moses CB Junior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Buck Castillo CB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Charles Noble FS Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Sam Richwalski SS Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Tim Peterson LG Senior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Jake Lee RT Senior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Caleb McBride LE Senior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Lance Nash DT Freshman 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Justin Dunn MLB Sophomore 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Leonard Hart CB Sophomore 2nd All-Mountain West
    2022 Utah State Eric McGuire RET Senior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Brian Paris HB Senior (RS) 1st All-NCAA
    2023 Utah State Scott Flanagan DT Junior (RS) 1st All-NCAA
    2023 Utah State Leonard Hart CB Junior 1st All-NCAA
    2023 Utah State Doug Marcus K Junior 1st All-NCAA
    2023 Utah State Kyle Mitchell FS Sophomore (RS) 2nd All-NCAA
    2023 Utah State Steve Jones LE Freshman (RS) Freshman All-NCAA
    2023 Utah State Brian Paris HB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Derek Smith LT Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Shelton Woods RG Sophomore (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Steve Jones LE Freshman (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Scott Flanagan DT Junior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Jon Smith MLB Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Leonard Hart CB Junior 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Jesse Breedlove CB Sophomore (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Kyle Mitchell FS Sophomore (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Cole Brown SS Freshman 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Doug Marcus K Junior 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State David Douglas RET Senior (RS) 1st All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Benjamin Silva HB Sophomore 2nd All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Shaun Peterson RE Junior 2nd All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Lance Nash DT Sophomore 2nd All-Mountain West
    2023 Utah State Mike Moses CB Senior (RS) 2nd All-Mountain West
    2024 Utah State
    2024 Utah State



    Game Records

    Record Player Name School Season Amount Opponent
    Completions Brandon Booth Tulsa 2014 43 #5 Oklahoma
    Passing Yards Jake Medlock Florida International 2012 674 SMU
    Passing Touchdowns Brad Stephens Tulsa 2019 7 Memphis
    Interceptions Thrown Jake Medlock

    Ross Brown
    Florida International

    Utah State
    2012
    2013
    2021
    4 Arkansas State
    Texas A&M
    Hawaii
    Times Sacked Brad Stephens Tulsa 2016
    2017
    2017
    7 Northwestern
    Florida International
    Rice
    Carries Brian Paris Utah State 2023 52 California
    Rushing Yards Storm Johnson Florida International 2013 292 Louisiana-Monroe
    Rushing Touchdowns Storm Johnson
    Kiel Fletcher
    Will Oliver
    Benjamin Silva
    Brian Paris
    Benjamin Silva
    Florida International
    Tulsa
    Tulsa
    Utah State
    Utah State
    Utah State
    2013
    2015
    2017
    2023
    2023
    2024
    5 Louisiana-Monroe
    MTSU
    UAB
    Colorado State
    California
    BYU
    Receptions Brandon Price Tulsa 2014 11 #5 Oklahoma
    Receiving Yards Brandon Price Tulsa 2014 285 Utah
    Receiving Touchdowns Sean Parks
    Eric Hayden
    P.J. Stephens
    Ryan Lewis
    Eric Hayden
    Eric Hayden
    Tulsa 2014
    2017
    2018
    2019
    2019
    2019
    3 #5 Oklahoma
    UTEP
    Arizona State
    UCF
    Arizona State
    Georgia Tech
    Tackles Marc Patterson Tulsa 2015 13 #5 Oklahoma
    Tackles for Loss Caleb McBride Utah State 2021 9 UNLV
    Sacks Caleb McBride Utah State 2021 6.0 UNLV
    Interceptions Buck Castillo Utah State 2022 3 Colorado State
    Field Goals Made Derek Glover Tulsa 2019 6 Tulane
    Longest Field Goal Distance Alphonso Pratt Tulsa 2018 57 Houston




    Season Records

    Record Player Name School Season Amount
    Completions Brandon Booth Tulsa 2014 313
    Passing Yards Brandon Booth Tulsa 2014 4,727
    Passing Touchdowns Brandon Booth Tulsa 2014 47
    Interceptions Thrown Jason Barnes Utah State 2023 18
    Times Sacked Brad Stephens Tulsa 2017 28
    Carries Brian Paris Utah State 2023 472
    Rushing Yards Brian Paris Utah State 2023 2,093
    Rushing Touchdowns Kiel Fletcher Tulsa 2015 26
    Receptions Joe Vaughn Tulsa 2018 66
    Receiving Yards Joe Vaughn Tulsa 2019 1,194
    Receiving Touchdowns Eric Hayden Tulsa 2019 13
    Tackles Anthony Clement Tulsa 2019 71
    Tackles for Loss Clinton Davis Tulsa 2014 28
    Sacks Jerrico Lee Florida International 2012 15
    Interceptions Leonard Hart Utah State 2023 10
    Field Goals Made Doug Marcus Utah State 2023 35
    Longest Field Goal Distance Alphonso Pratt Tulsa 2018 57

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    I signed a three year contract with Florida International to be their offensive coordinator to start my coaching career. Here is a look at what is expected of me...


    Florida International Three Year OC Contract Goals - Year One

    Fail Impact Goal Progress Pass Impact
    500+ rushing yards in each season 1/3 Passed
    Win 8 games in one season 6
    2000+ total offensive yards on each season 1/3 Passed
    7+ passing TD in one season
    10+ points per game in each season 1/3 Passed
    2400+ total offensive yards in one season
    Win 4 games in one season
    2000+ total offensive yards in one season




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    --- Contract goal numbers and job security updated through Season 1, Off-season.
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    2011 Florida International Football Schedule

    Week Home/Away Team Result Score Record Game Notes
    1 --- Bye Week --- --- ---
    2 Home Loss 27-30 0-1 (0-1) Home Opener
    3 Away Loss 14-38 0-2 (0-1)
    4 Home Loss 9-58 0-3 (0-1)
    5 Home Win 40-36 1-3 (0-1) Parent's Night
    6 --- Bye Week --- --- ---
    7 Home Win 24-21 2-3 (1-1) Homecoming
    8 Away Win 41-7 3-3 (1-1)
    9 Away Loss 37-63 3-4 (1-2)
    10 Away Loss 18-22 3-5 (1-3)
    11 Away Win 21-17 4-5 (23)
    12 Away Loss 16-23 4-6 (2-4)
    13 Home Win 31-6 5-6 (3-4)
    14 Home Win 47-23 6-6 (4-4) Senior Night
    15 --- Bye Week --- --- ---
    CCG --- Bye Week --- --- ---
    Bowl Loss 10-40 6-7 (4-4) Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl









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    This looks good man. Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW View Post
    This looks good man. Good Luck!
    +1

    Should be a lot of fun.

    I'm just getting started on my coaching carousel as well (starting as Memphis as a DC). Haven't had a chance to play any games yet, but I'm excited to get started.

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    Question. This happened to me so I'm wondering how you're going to handle it. I was an OC in year 1 of my dynasty and my HC got fired afterwards and I was offered the HC job. I didn't think it would make sense to turn it down so I took it. What will you do if they offer you the HC job at FIU after year 1?


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    He won't take it. Same way I won't be takin' a new job in my Memphis dynasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW View Post
    This looks good man. Good Luck!
    Thanks man. Should be able to do somewhat decent. FIU has a fairly decent team, and a very kind schedule, with Louisville being the toughest team they play. So should be a fun first season.

    Quote Originally Posted by morsdraconis View Post
    +1

    Should be a lot of fun.

    I'm just getting started on my coaching carousel as well (starting as Memphis as a DC). Haven't had a chance to play any games yet, but I'm excited to get started.
    Same here. I got done with my preseason and week 1 recruiting, so I'm currently in week 2 in my dynasty. Gonna knock out recruiting, and then get things kicked off with my first game against North Texas.

    Quote Originally Posted by souljahbill View Post
    Question. This happened to me so I'm wondering how you're going to handle it. I was an OC in year 1 of my dynasty and my HC got fired afterwards and I was offered the HC job. I didn't think it would make sense to turn it down so I took it. What will you do if they offer you the HC job at FIU after year 1?


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    Unfortunately, even though I would gladly jump at the HC job if offered, I'm not allowed to accept it per my job progression rules. I want this dynasty to last the full 60 years, so I'm making job progression VERY slow and long. Thus, per my rules, I'm not allowing myself to be a head coach at all, at any school, until a minimum of the 6th or 7th year (depending on contract lengths) of my dynasty. Even if my dream job of Navy offers me the head coach position in, say, the 5th season, I couldn't accept it because I'm not allowed to be a head coach until the 6th season at the earliest.

    Plus there's the rule I have on myself that I have to honor all contracts in full. So right now I have a two year contract to be FIU's Offensive Coordinator. No matter what school offers me any position, I can't consider another job, even an advancement up the chain at FIU, until at least after the second season.

    Quote Originally Posted by morsdraconis View Post
    He won't take it. Same way I won't be takin' a new job in my Memphis dynasty.
    Yep, gonna keep things very fun and interesting as it'll be a slow, slow rise up the coaching ranks in my career. You're not going to see me be the OC at FIU in the first season, and then be HC of Alabama by the fifth season. If I want to be HC of Alabama, going my be progression rules, if they're a 5 star team at the time, I can't be HC of them until at least the 12th season. If they're a 6 star team at the time, then I can't be HC until at least the 17th season.

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    Game One





    Game Notes


    --- Well, this one we knew was going to be ugly from the start, as it was a rainy day in Florida. We won the coin toss and elected to kick. Thankfully our defense held strong despite giving up a first down on the ground, and eventually forced the first punt of the day. Right away we were able to get our rushing game established, as we were able to pick up a pair of first downs and then took to the air on back to back plays, including a 20 yard gain on a play action pass. We were able to drive down to the North Texas 3 yard line, however, our offense stalled from there, forcing us to settle for a 20 yard field goal.

    North Texas wasted no time jumping on our failed offensive drive, rushing and passing down the field on us, as well as received some help thanks to a defensive pass interference penalty, finding the end zone to take the lead. Our offense tried to find an answer, however, a sack on 3rd and 5 would force a punt. We however, caught a huge break as our free safety, Jonathan Cyprien was able to recover a fumble on the muffed catch, giving us the ball right back on the North Texas 31 yard line. Following two completed passes, we were able to get the ball down to the North Texas 7 yard line, before an interception on 3rd and goal brought our drive to an end.

    Our defense apparently decided they didn’t want to go back on the field just then, as North Texas was able to escape from their own one yard, and drive the ball clear down to our 10 yard line, even with two holding penalties called on them, before settling for a 27 yard field goal. We both traded punts before our offense went back out for another drive. We were able to pick up two first downs on three rushes, before running into trouble after two incomplete passes. Wesley Carroll was able to connect with Dudley LaPorte for a 10 yard gain on 3rd and 10, though it wasn’t enough for a first, setting up 4th and inches. However, Coach Cristobal decided he didn’t trust us enough to go for it, even on the North Texas 48 yard line, choosing instead to punt.

    After trading three more punts back and forth, we got the ball back with 1:30 left in the half, and were able to drive down to the North Texas 30 yard line. However, an interception on 1st and 10 at the North Texas 6 yard line, that was returned clear out to their own 36 yard line, quickly brought to a close any hope of tying the game before halftime. Instead, North Texas, with only 21 seconds to work with, quickly hit a 33 yard pass and were able to set themselves up for a 48 yard field goal as time expired to give them a 10 point lead.

    Start of the 2nd half, though it took nine plays, we were able to drive the ball 30 yards out to midfield. However a sack and an incomplete pass killed our drive. North Texas wasted no time in trying to kill our spirits, as their offense needed only one play to score on us, a 90 yard touchdown bomb to quickly extend their lead to 17 halfway through the 3rd. Not ones to back down from a challenge, our offense showed that they too only needed to run one play to score a touchdown, as T.Y. Hilton was able to get behind the secondary along the left sideline, and Carroll was able to drop a pass right into his waiting hands for an 80 strike in response to get us back within 10.

    Then Lady Luck smiled upon us, as a fumbled kickoff return was quickly recovered by our kicker Jack Griffin, giving us the ball right back on the North Texas 25 yard line. And that right there is why you haul ass down the field on kickoffs! Jack Griffin, the kicker, sprinted his butt down the field and was in a position to jump on the fumble and give us the ball right back! If he was the kicker at Ohio State, he would have just earned himself a free tattoo for that play!

    Unfortunately, we would only make it down to the 9 yard line before three straight incomplete passes would force us to settle for a 26 yard field goal. Deciding it was time to stop screwing around with us, North Texas promptly turned around and rushed and passed on us out to midfield, before hitting us with a 48 yard strike to once again jump out and expand their lead. I need to remember to hang our defensive coordinator sometime during the coming week. Maybe the starting defense too. It may make our on the field defense even worse, but at least I’ll feel better.

    Both teams traded punts over their next two possessions before we were able to get things moving once again. A pair of encroachment penalties on the defense, some great running by Darriet Perry, and a 60 yard strike from Carroll to Junior Mertile, got us down to the North Texas 6 yard line before a 6 yard pass to LaPorte closed the gap once again.

    North Texas was able to piece together a couple play drive, before an interception by our right end Aaron Davis gave us the ball back at our own 38 yard line. Unfortunately, that drive would be short lived as we would give the ball right back on an interception two plays later, settling North Texas up with 1st and 10 on our 45 yard line. Our defense held tough though, forcing North Texas to settle for a 47 yard field goal. However, with 3 minutes left to play, and down by 10, we weren’t able to get our offense going, and had to punt. Our defense then came up strong, and forced a 4th and inches situation, in which North Texas decided to not risk turning the ball over at midfield and chose to punt it back.

    We only needed two plays to find the end zone, as Carroll was able to hook up with Elijah Maxey for a 48 yard touchdown pass, getting us back within 3 points with under 2 minutes to play. Knowing time was short, Coach Cristobal elected to go for the onside kick, which we were able to miraculously recover! 1st and 10, ball on our 37 yard line, and only 1:30 left to play, we knew this was it, this was the drive that was going to decide the game.

    Passing our way down the field with military precision, we were able to set ourselves up with 2nd and 6 from the North Texas 10 yard line, 28 seconds left to play. Wayne Times broke away from his man cutting across the middle, Carroll threw the pass to Times, who was sprinting across the middle of the field right on the goal line. This was it, this was about to be the pass that sealed the great comeback!

    Or maybe not. Hilbert Jackson managed to sneak in from the back of the end zone, cut off the route, and intercept the pass at the North Texas 1 yard line, sealing our fate as they took over with 20 seconds left to play.

    We should have just ran the ball, set up for the field goal, and taken our chances in overtime.

    With the loss, we start the year 0-1, and immediately drop into an 0-1 hole in the Sun Belt Conference. North Texas starts off their year with a win and gets a leg up on the rest of us in the Sun Belt with an immediate conference victory. Up next for the Golden Panthers, 1-0 Louisville, who is coming off a 34-3 rout of Murray State.



    Final Score
    30, 27



    Stat(s) of the Game:
    Wesley Carroll – 4 interceptions thrown.
    FIU Running Backs - 58 yards rushing on 31 attempts.



    Scoring Summary

    Team 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Final Score
    7 6 14 3 30
    3 0 10 14 27


    Team Result Play Score
    First Quarter
    Field Goal J. Griffin, 19 yard field goal 3-0
    Touchdown L. Dunbar, 1 yard run (Z. Olen kick) 7-3
    Second Quarter
    Field Goal Z. Olen, 27 yard field goal 10-3
    Field Goal Z. Olen, 47 yard field goal 13-3
    Third Quarter
    Touchdown B. Lewis, 90 yard pass from R. Dodge (Z. Olen kick) 20-3
    Touchdown T. Hilton, 80 yard pass from W. Carroll (J. Griffin kick) 20-10
    Field Goal J. Griffin, 26 yard field goal 20-13
    Touchdown B. Chancellor, 47 yard pass from R. Dodge (Z. Olen kick) 27-13
    Fourth Quarter
    Touchdown D. LaPorte, 6 yard pass from W. Carroll (J. Griffin kick) 27-20
    Field Goal Z. Olen, 46 yard field goal 30-20
    Touchdown E. Maxey, 48 yard pass from W. Carroll (J. Griffin kick) 30-27



    Game Stats

    North Texas Stat Florida International
    30 Score 27
    20 First Downs 21
    520 Total Offense 537
    33 - 111 - 1 Rushes - Yards - TD 31 - 58 - 0
    19 - 44 - 2 Comp - Att - TD 25 - 52 - 3
    409 Passing Yards 479
    1 Times Sacked 4
    8 - 16 (50%) 3rd Down Conversion 6 - 17 (35%)
    0 - 0 (0%) 4th Down Conversion 1 - 1 (100%)
    0 - 0 (0%) 2-Point Conversion 0 - 0 (0%)
    5 - 1 - 1 (40%) Red Zone - TD - FG 7 - 1 - 2 (42%)
    3 Turnovers 4
    2 Fumbles Lost 0
    1 Intercepted 4
    17 Punt Return Yards 18
    39 Kick Return Yards 0
    576 Total Yards 555
    6 - 44.0 Punts - Average 7 - 44.4
    5 - 40 Penalties 3 - 35
    15:24 Time of Possession 20:36



    Florida International Contract Goals Update


    Fail Impact Goal Progress Pass Impact
    500+ rushing yards in each season 58
    Win 8 games in one season 0
    2000+ total offensive yards in each season 537
    7+ passing TDs in one season 3
    10+ points per game in each season 27 PPG
    2400+ total offensive yards in one season 537
    Win 4 games in one season 0
    2000+ total offensive yards in one season 537
    Hidden Penalty
    Lost to a lower ranked team



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    Game Two





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    --- So it turns out this is quite the rainy month. Our second game of the season, second game in the rain. We lost the coin toss, but Louisville elected to receive, so things still worked out for us. Louisville started driving on us at first, but a holding penalty, followed by a false start quickly killed their momentum. However, a couple dropped balls quickly put an end to our drive as well and we were forced to punt. After trading punts after another round of failed drive, Louisville finally got things going as they only needed 6 plays to go 60 yards and find the end zone for the first score of the day.

    On our ensuing drive, we were able to put together a beautiful drive, starting from our own 15 yard line and getting in as close as the Louisville 3 yard line. However, two failed attempts to put it in on the ground, and an incomplete pass, and we were forced to attempt a 21 yard field goal, which kicker Jack Griffin proceeded to shank wide left.

    We would get another chance just moments later after two incomplete passes and a sack for a 10 yard loss forced a Louisville punt and gave us 1st and 10 on the Louisville 35 yard line. Unfortunately, a defensive stop on 3rd and 2, and we were forced once again to settle for a field goal. And once again, Griffin missed it, a 45 yarder, wide right.

    After trading a pair of punts, Louisville decided to it was time to get a bigger lead, and promptly drove down on us and scored another touchdown in 7 plays. Our offense tried to respond, but couldn’t get anything going. It took two failed offensive drives before we were able to finally find our footing again. Using a couple of big runs by Darriet Perry, and some a few well timed passes by Wesley Carroll, FIU was finally able to erase their goose egg off the scoreboard and close the lead down to one score. After our defense forced a three and out, our offense showed they had finally hit their stride, advancing the ball 59 yards over 11 plays to find the end zone, and come back to tie the game up, with 19 seconds left to play in the half.

    That would however be the highlights of the day for our offense, as Louisville’s defense came out with a vengeance after halftime and proceeded to completely shut us down for the rest of the game. Unfortunately, the same could not be said about our own defense.

    This loss drops us down to 0-2 for the season. Louisville improves to 2-0 for the year. Next up for Florida International, a visit from UCF, who comes into the game with a 1-1 record thanks to a 66-3 win vs. Charleston Southern and a 45-21 loss to Boston College.



    Final Score
    38, 14



    Stat of the Game:
    FIU Defense – 38 points given up.
    Kicker Jack Griffin – 0 for 2 on field goals. 21 yarder wide left. 45 yarder wide right.
    All five Louisville touchdowns from passing.
    Louisville – 182 rushing yards.



    Scoring Summary

    Team 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Final Score
    0 14 0 0 14
    7 7 7 17 38


    Team Result Play Score
    First Quarter
    Touchdown A. Smith, 5 yard pass from W. Stein (C. Philpott kick) 7-0
    Second Quarter
    Touchdown J. Bellamy, 2 yard pass from W. Stein (C. Philpott kick) 14-0
    Touchdown J. Mertile, 25 yard pass from W. Carroll (J. Griffin kick) 14-7
    Touchdown D. Perry, 2 yard run (J. Griffin kick) TIED 14-14
    Third Quarter
    Touchdown D. Copeland, 34 yard pass from W. Stein (C. Philpott kick) 21-14
    Fourth Quarter
    Touchdown M. Harris, 1 yard pass from W. Stein (C. Philpott kick) 28-14
    Touchdown A. Smith, 18 yard pass from W. Stein (C. Phillpott kick) 35-14
    Field Goal C. Philpott, 23 yard field goal 38-14



    Game Stats

    Florida International Stats Louisville
    14 Score 38
    18 First Downs 14
    372 Total Offense 406
    41 - 109 - 1 Rushes - Yards - TD 42 - 182 - 0
    16 - 36 - 1 Comp - Att - TD 17 - 28 - 5
    263 Passing Yards 224
    3 Times Sacked 1
    6 - 19 (31%) 3rd Down Conversion 5 - 15 (33%)
    0 - 1 (0%) 4th Down Conversion 0 - 0 (0%)
    0 - 0 (0%) 2-Point Conversion 0 - 0 (0%)
    4 - 2 - 0 (50%) Red Zone - TD - FG 9 - 4 - 1 (55%)
    1 Turnovers 0
    0 Fumbles Lost 0
    1 Intercepted 0
    33 Punt Return Yards 39
    140 Kick Return Yards 78
    545 Total Yards 523
    9 - 41.8 Punts - Average 9 - 44.4
    4 - 31 Penalties 4 - 30
    18:31 Time of Possession 17:29



    Florida International Contract Goals Update

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    500+ rushing yards in each season 167
    Win 8 games in one season 0
    2000+ total offensive yards in each season 909
    7+ passing TD in one season 4
    10+ points per game in each season 20 PPG
    2400+ total offensive yards in one season 909
    Win 4 games in one season 0
    2000+ total offensive yards in one season 909



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    Already one goal down (although 3 rush TD is incredibly low).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Dragon View Post
    Already one goal down (although 3 rush TD is incredibly low).
    Yeah, they really need to work on the numbers for these goals. 3 rushing TDs is nothing for any of the 120 teams. Make it 7, 10 maybe for the absolutely low number for the goal. Heck, through two games, of the four TDs I have scored, all four have been rushing TDs. So thank God it's not 3 passing TDs, otherwise I might be in trouble of failing it.

    They also need to work out their Pass/Fail Impacts. I gain 4 arrows, and lose one if I fail, if I get 2000+ offensive yards in each year of my contract. However, I gain 4 arrows, and lose none if I fail, if I get 2000+ offensive yards in one season. It should be the other way around. If I don't get 2000+ offensive yards in one season, then I should lose an arrow. If I don't get 2000+ offensive yards in every season, then I shouldn't get hit with a arrow loss.

    I've noticed that with some other contract goals. You get hit with a loss if you fail to gain so many yards (or keep from giving up so many yards if on defense) in every season of your contract, but there's no loss at all if you fail that goal in a single season of the contract.

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    I was going to post these earlier but forgot to. Here are two videos from that 74 yard pass that set us up for the game tying score in the 1st quarter against Louisville. Our only highlight play of the entire game. There wasn't a single other play (besides maybe the 6 yard TD run immediately after this play) that could even be used in the same sentence as the words "highlight play".




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    Game Three





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    --- So after last week's loss on the road to Louisville, it was time for us to welcome fellow Florida dweller, UCF, into town. Hoping to lift up the team and coming out strong after the loss last week, and with it being a fellow Florida team for our opponent, Coach Cristobal decided to change things up this week and pull out the special uniforms. Instead of the usual Navy jersey/Navy pants combo we wear for all of our home games, Coach decided it was time to break out the black jerseys.

    We come running out of the tunnel before the game, ready to play in the nice, bright, hot, rain? Our third week in a row in the rain. We won the coin toss, elected to kick. The rain pretty much made things impossible to move on offense. Three straight punts combined to start the game. However, it would be UCF to find the scoreboard first thanks to a fumble by Darriet Perry on 1st and 10 from our own 10 yard line, setting UCF for an easy touchdown.

    Another quick drive by UCF and that would be it for the first half as neither offense could get anything going after that. After halftime, it got nothing but worse...

    After the game, Coach Cristobal announced that this was the last time this season that we were going to wear the black jerseys. So much for hoping they'd fire up our team.

    With the loss, we drop into a 0-3 hole to start the season, while UCF gets back on the winning track and improves to 2-1. Up next on our schedule, our second conference opponent of the season, UL Lafayette. The Ragin' Cajuns come into the game with a 1-2 record, opening the season with a 35-7 loss at #7 Oklahoma State and a 20-17 loss at Kent State, before they finally broke into the win column with a 33-13 victory over Nicholls State.



    Final Score
    58, 9



    Stat(s) of the Game:
    - FIU Quarterbacks – 14 for 40 passing.
    - FIU Offense – 0 for 6 in the Red Zone. 4 for 20 in 3rd Down Conversions.
    - FIU Defense – 58 points, 548 yards Total Offense given up.
    - 4 turnovers, two interceptions returned for touchdowns by UCF.



    Scoring Summary

    Team 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Final Score
    14 0 24 20 58
    0 0 0 9 9


    Team Result Play Score
    First Quarter
    Touchdown B. Harvey, 10 yard pass from J. Godfrey (N. Cattoi kick) 7-0
    Touchdown B. Giovanetti, 3 yard run (N. Cattoi kick) 14-0
    Second Quarter
    Third Quarter
    Touchdown C. Geathers, returned interception 48 yards (N. Cattoi kick) 21-0
    Touchdown C. Whitehead, returned interception 50 yards (N. Cattoi kick) 28-0
    Field Goal N. Cattoi, 46 yard field goal 31-0
    Touchdown K Williams, 15 yard pass from J. Godfrey (N. Cattoi kick) 38-0
    Fourth Quarter
    Field Goal N. Cattoi, 40 yard field goal 41-0
    Touchdown R. Weaver, 2 yard run (N. Cattoi kick) 48-0
    Field Goal N. Cattoi, 32 yard field goal| 51-0
    Safety R. Weaver run, tackled in end zone 51-2
    Touchdown D. Rhymes, 35 yard pass from J. Medlock (J. Griffin kick) 51-9
    Touchdown R. Weaver, 26 yard run (N. Cattoi kick) 58-9



    Game Stats

    UCF Stat Florida International
    58 Score 9
    22 First Downs 12
    548 Total Offense 298
    38 - 165 - 3 Rushes - Yards - TD 35 - 70 - 0
    27 - 44 - 2 Comp - Att - TD 14 - 40 - 1
    383 Passing Yards 228
    2 Times Sacked 5
    6 - 17 (35%) 3rd Down Conversion 4 - 20 (20%)
    0 - 0 (0%) 4th Down Conversion 1 - 2 (50%)
    0 - 0 (0%) 2-Point Conversion 0 - 0 (0%)
    9 - 4 - 1 (55%) Red Zone - TD - FG 6 - 0 - 0 (0%)
    0 Turnovers 4
    0 Fumbles Losts 1
    0 Intercepted 3
    33 Punt Return Yards 37
    19 Kick Return Yards 123
    599 Total Yards 458
    7 - 42.6 Punts - Average 13 - 44.3
    8 - 46 Penalties 9 - 70
    19:32 Time of Possession 16:28



    Florida International Contract Goals Update

    Fail Impact Goal Progress Pass Impact
    500+ rushing yards in each season 237
    Win 8 games in one season 0
    2000+ total offensive yards in each season 1207
    7+ passing TD in one season 5
    10+ points per game in each season 16 PPG
    2400+ total offensive yards in one season 1207
    Win 4 games in one season 0
    2000+ total offensive yards in one season 1207



    Job Security Status

    39%
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    Now, in the interest of full disclosure, I have a confession to make. That was actually my second time playing UCF. I had played UCF already right before this game that I have posted about. However, I made myself as I had paused the game with 30 seconds left, after I failed to convert 4th down and goal. I paused it to add the details to my Games Notes, and then I also started typing in the game summary and the team stats. By the time I was done with all that, I was thinking I had finished the game, and chose to quit. Then I remembered there were still 30 seconds left to play. Too late. Everything was lost, I had to play the game again.

    However, while my offense did move a little better (we gained 122 yards rushing as opposed to just 68 the first game), we got whooped even worse in this game than we did in the first game, and I lost a GREAT story in the Game Notes.

    We lost to UCF 10-0 in the game, and this was a game that had everything. My kicker went 0 for 3 on field goals, having his first attempt, a 47 yard field goal, blocked. His second field goal attempt, from 46 yards out, went wide right. His third attempt, from 30 yards, went wide left! My kicker kicked the damn ball every direction but center! Even UCF's kicker got in on the sucking, missing a 30 yard field goal of his own. UCF's punt team also committed a turnover, as a bad snap caused a bobbled ball by the punter, leading to a fumble and fumble recovery by FIU. That was the play that resulted in 1st and 10 on UCF's 13 yard line, and that ended in the missed 30 yard field goal by my kicker.

    Also from that game, were my failures inside the UCF 30 yard line. Ended up scoring 0 points despite getting inside UCF's 30 yard line 7 times in the game. And then there was our rushing. With 5:30 left to play in the game, we had rushed the ball 24 times. We had a whopping 28 yards rushing. Then there came my magical final drive of the game. This is the excerpt from the Game Notes detailing that final drive.

    We then proceeded to put together a 14 play, 59 yard, 5:00 drive that took us from our own 31 yard line down to UCF's 10. The impressive thing about that drive, 11 of those 14 plays were runs, including 8 straight rushes at one point, gaining us 40 of our 59 yards on the ground. However, an attempt to go for it on 4th and goal, ultimately resulted in failure, ensuring our first shutout loss of my coaching career.
    Basically, the key summary from that first game against UCF, is pretty much the stuff I included in the Stat(s) of the Game from that game.

    Stat(s) of the Game:
    - 7 times inside the UCF 30 yard line. 0 points scored.
    - 28 yards rushing, on 24 attempts, before our final drive of the game.
    - Kicker Jack Griffin - 0 for 3 on field goals. 1 blocked, 1 wide left, 1 wide right.
    - Recovered a fumble after a bad snap during a UCF punt, had 1st and 10 from the UCF 13 yard line. 0 points scored.
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    Also, to keep things easily accessible, especially as this thread grows into multiple pages, I have everything hyperlinked.

    Starting in the Dynasty History post, under Yearly Recaps, I have the year 2011 hyperlinked to my post that contains my 2011 schedule. Every new year, I will hyperlink that year to the post that contains that year's football schedule.

    In the Coach Statistics post, under Coach Milestones, I have the score of the Biggest Win and Biggest Loss hyperlinked to that game's post. Same thing with the Coach Career Win-Loss vs. Opponent table. I have the biggest win and/or biggest loss, for each opponent I have played so far, hyperlinked to that game's post in this thread.

    And in each season's schedule, I am hyperlinking the scores of each game, to each game's post. So if you go to my season one schedule post, and click on the score of my 26-10 loss at Louisville, you will be taken to the post that contains that game's summary.

    That way if this gets into tens of pages, everything will be extremely easy to find and read without having to sort through various posts by those reading or following just to see what happened in my next game. You'll be able to go from game to game, season to season, through the entire history of this dynasty, just by following the various hyperlinks. This is my way of helping keep things very organized, very easy to follow, and very easy to read for everyone who might wander in here, whether you've been following this since my very first post, or you won't start following until I'm halfway through season 5.
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